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Do you Blog?

Do you Blog? A Blog Post can be a personal diary, a project collaboration tool, a guide or any means of communicating and publishing information on the web. Blogging and posting relevant content is an incredibly useful tool to increase traffic to your website and to your services. That helps with SEO immensely because it gives Google and other search engines a reason to re-crawl your website to find new content to index.

You may wish to write about a walk you had with family and friends, a recipe you tried, a new workout or you may wish to promote a new service or product. You can write about anything. Everyone is doing it… be it for work or as a hobby.

Having Problems with the Gutenberg Editor? Change Back to the Classic Editor

Having Problems with the Gutenberg Editor? Change Back to the Classic Editor

The Gutenberg editor has introduced many useful features to make editing of a WordPress website so much easier. The problem is that Gutenberg has technical glitches…

Should you be experiencing difficulties with your new Gutenberg editor (version 5.0 and up) go back to the Classic editor.

Go to your Admin Area > Plugins > Add New > search for ‘Classic Editor’ > Install Now > Activate

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Having Problems with the Gutenberg Editor? Change Back to the Classic Editor
Having Problems with the Gutenberg Editor? Change Back to the Classic Editor

 

Having Problems with the Gutenberg Editor? Change Back to the Classic Editor

 

And that’s it. You now have your Classic Editor back.

A word of caution: changing from Gutenberg to the Classic editor may mess up your photo Gallery(ies). You may have to create a new Gallery/ Galleries.

Which editors may I using? On my main website https://www.wordpresstrainingjohannesburg.com/  I have reverted back to the Classic editor. On my hobby website I am going to continue using the Gutenberg editor. New features are being added all the time to the Gutenberg editor and the technical glitches that many users are currently experiencing with Gutenberg will hopefully, in the not too distant future, be resolved.

WordPress announced that whilst new features are being added to Gutenberg on an ongoing basis, they will continue to support the Classic Editor until 2021.

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